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At Thurcroft Infant School, we prioritize the safety and well-being of our students both inside and outside the classroom. In today's digital age, it's more important than ever to teach children about e-safety. As children are increasingly using the internet and social media, it's crucial to equip them with the knowledge and skills to stay safe online.

This e-safety page serves as a resource for parents, guardians, and educators to collaborate in fostering a secure online environment for our children


What is e-safety?

E-safety is all about using the internet and online resources safely and responsibly. It's about understanding the risks and dangers that can be encountered online, and knowing how to protect yourself and your children at home.

Why is e-safety important for children?

Young children are especially vulnerable to online risks because they may not understand the dangers or have the skills to protect themselves. It's important to start teaching e-safety early on to help children develop good online habits.

How can I keep my child safe online?

There are a number of things you can do to help keep your child safe online:

  • Talk to your child about e-safety: Start talking to your child about e-safety from a young age. Explain the risks of online activity and teach them how to protect themselves.

  • Set rules and limits: Set clear rules and limits for your child's online activity, such as the amount of time they can spend online and the websites they can visit.

  • Monitor your child's online activity: Check your child's online activity regularly to make sure they are following the rules.

  • Use parental controls: Use parental controls on your child's devices to block inappropriate content and track their online activity.

  • Be a role model: Be a role model for your child by using the internet safely and responsibly.

  • Talk to your child if they see something upsetting: If your child sees something upsetting online, talk to them about it and reassure them that it's not their fault.

  • Report inappropriate content: If you come across inappropriate content online, report it to the website or online service provider.

Remember, e-safety is an ongoing conversation. The more you talk to your child about e-safety, the better equipped they will be to stay safe online.



Here are a few questions to help you talk about online safety with your children. 


What parents need to know about….

Does you child have access to any of the following? Do you know what the dangers are? Age limits? Tips on how to change their safety settings?

Here are few #WakeUpWednesday parent guides from National Online Safety.

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